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Through this placement, I was able to learn many things about working with students with autism. I was able to see how important routine can be for students with autism. I was able to work with one of the students whose goal was to be able to adjust to changes in routine. I walked with him and an aid to the library and we took a different way back. Even with someone new and taking a different way, he made it back to the classroom without any problems. Ms. Brophy pointed out that last year if you tried to take him back to the classroom a different way, he would not have gone with. I also was able to see how spending time in the sensory room allowed the students to refocus when they returned to work. The students function best when they have a sensory outlet available.
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